Back in full swing!

If you are not already a volunteer, come to the Volunteer Orientation this Saturday, March 13th from 10-12 followed by a complimentary lunch. The horses are starting to roll in and they need new homes as quickly as possible; we want the grass to have a chance to grow in the pastures and make room for more! If you aren't already our friend on facebook, please add us! More pictures and descriptions can be found on the photo albums.
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(left) Olympia Fields "Ollie" is very sweet, but is suitable for a companion, pleasure, or trail riding home.
(right) At 5 years old and 16.1 hands, Rummy (Mr. Runstadler) is very quiet and easy to ride. He is a nice mover, goes w/t/c, will do lead changes, and is brave to the jumps.

Guidance up, "Benny" (above upon arrival 5/2009) is back and ready to go after having the winter off. He is 9 years old and 15.2 hands. He would make a great young riders horse with help from a trainer as he will figure out how to get away with things, or he would make a wonderful mount for a more experienced rider. He has lots of scope and does well at shows, although he can be a handful at first out on the cross country course. Gets along with others and has great ground manners.

Gentle Bandit (above) is an Angel Acres horse, sound for light riding. He was returned to us because of the economy, but he can w/t/c. He is suitable for a light riding home. Watch him being ridden at

Champ (above and right) is a 3 yo 16.1 h gelding just off the track. We started him under tack and he w-t-c's both leads and even jumps small cross rails-day 1.

Victory March(above) is a 4 year old just off the track. He would make a great eventer with some reschooling. He is a little timid, but a lovely mover and wants to learn. Victor has a lot of scope to be an upper level horse.

Savvy(above) is about 15.2 hands and 8 years old. His flat work is is very solid and he loves to jump! Watch the video of our first ride on him.

Moose (right) - adoption pending!

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